Lolita Fashion: Costume or Culture?

Learn how to assemble the perfect Princess’ outfit at Lolita Fashion: Costume or Culture? This panel discussion and fashion show on Wednesday, February 5, 6:30pm. Japan’s playful and avant-garde take on Victorian-era clothing, known as Lolita, has created a vibrant fashion subculture that started on the streets of Harijuku and has spread overseas. A panel discussion moderated by Gwynn Galitzer, performance artist and Founder of Dirty Bird Productions, and featuring  former Kawaii Ambassador Misako AokiCarolyn Dee, author of the popular Lolita blog F Yeah Lolita, andChristina Gleason, author of the blog Ramble Rori, and founder of the first Northeast USA alternative fashion conference, RuffleCon. Baby, the Stars Shine Bright will show a collection of Lolita fashions direct from Japan chosen specifically for this event.

 Lolita Fashion: Costume or Culture?

This event is followed by a meet and greet wine reception with Misako Aoki.

 

 

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Lolita Fashion: Costume or Culture?

Wednesday, February 5, 6:30 PM

 

 

 

Tomomi Sekiya

Program Officer, Lecture Programs

333 East 47th Street New York, NY 10017

Phone: 212-715-1229

Email: tsekiya@japansociety.org

Website: www.japansociety.org

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